WE ARE NUTRO VEGAN
Physically | Mentally |🌿 Plant-Based
Wanda is a professional vegan & vegetarian nutritionist who uses plant-based nutrition for your dietary needs
Wanda is passionate about assisting people with their nutritional needs, whether those needs are weight management, plant-based nutrition therapy, sports nutrition as well as pediatric nutrition.
- She uses her knowledge, experience, and skills to provide a wide range of practical plant-based dietitian services
- I set my clients up for success by providing them with the tools and support they need to succeed.
- I don’t promote fad diets or quick fixes.
- My practice is grounded in evidence-based strategies that will help you make lasting changes, and feel your best.
I’m here to help you nourish your body,build healthier habits, and feel your best.
I’ll teach you how to change your habits one doable step at a time, and I’ll work with you to help you stay motivated and achieve your goals.
Wanda’s Vegan Vision
My vision now is to create a healthier community, country and planet through my skills as a vegan nutritionist and that all starts with YOU!I want to help empower and motivate you to nourish your body and become the healthiest version of yourself.I do not believe that one diet fits all.I do whole heartedly believe in the power of real, wholesome and fresh foods that make you feel amazing.I will tailor our sessions specifically to your goals and what seems manageable for you.Book A Consultation
What is Plant-Based🌿
Plant-based or plant
-forward eating patterns focus on foods primarily from plants
. This includes not only fruits and vegetables, but also nuts, seeds, oils, whole grains, legumes, and beans. It doesn’t mean that you are vegetarian
and never eat meat or dairy.Learn about Vegan Nutrients
Eating plant-based does not mean you can’t eat meat. It means your meals are mostly plants: vegetables, whole grains, and fruits. Beans, seeds, and nuts are also included. Fill two-thirds of your plate with these plant foods. The remaining one-third should be a lean protein like chicken or fish or a plant protein like tofu or beans.
Both meal plans have made headlines for their health benefits in recent years and while they are similar, there are some key differences: Vegan diets eliminate all animal products, while plant– diets do not necessarily eliminate animal products, but focus on eating mostly plants, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts
read about some health benefits food & tips of vegan diets
– Wanda Tandy
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